Here's an idea - you can NOT put 1password db on dropbox and still use 1password
Are you saying that any salt water freezes at 0F!? It depends thoroughly on the salt content in water. Where i live, sea freezes at around -5C. I have been driving a car over the sea in temperatures warmer than 0F...
The trouble with the imperial system is that people have no clue of the different units relations to each other. How many badger's kidneys are ther in a gallon? The most recent example i stumbled upon is that Runkeeper that i use to track my runs, tells me that i spend ~100 "CALORIES" per 1 km. I was about to file a bug report that they have forgotten kilo- in front of it - but after a wikipedia search it appeared that a thousandfold difference between kCal and Cal for the users of imperial system is peanuts - both are "commonly" called "calories"...
Actually, nature is base 2. Not that this would in any way justify imperial units.
How is it easier to divide a foot by three than a meter? You get 1/3rd of a foot. Or you get one 1/3rd of a meter. You can't divide an inch by ten very easily - but you have millimeters and micrometers.
Anyway, the topic wasn't meters here. It was Celsius vs Fahrenheit - and while you may be able to argue that foot is somehow more "natural", then you can't make the same argument to remain the only country dealing with F. Because Celsius is more natural (water freezing=0 and water boiling=100 AND easier to calculate.
If they are just for building occasionally why do they need to be powered 24/7 for a 20k energy bill? If its a ghetto rack, get a powerstrip from ubiquiti that you can SSH to. I use the 3 socket one and it cost me ~40â. I use it for remote reboots and it has already paid for itself several tomes over in saved gass money.
You could probably exhaust a 100g animal in a 1 mile chase easily... Or you could get 200miles worth of energy by eating a 20kg animal. Sounds pretty energy efficient to me.
I remember that long time ago, in my teens, i solved a certain type of iq tests only viewing the answer (not the question). They are that flawed - or at least were back then. One could statistically deduce the correct answer from the given options themselves.
National id card system maybe originated from Finland. But X-road is more for server to server communication infrastructure, so its a bit different thing. And that is local. Id card is just one way of authenticating users.
X-road is not also much a website per se but an background infrastructure to exchange data from different (state and private) databases and websites.
I don't know in what way this is finnish invention, AFAIK it was entirely developed in Estonia from the start. Maybe the idea as such originated in Finland. And p.s. - its open source.
Just out of curiosity - how do you manage to break them? I've had every conceivable Apple device and my 2007 iphone's cable is starting to disintegrate now (but still works).
And - if you don't get along with cables as such - maybe you should buy a micro-usb to lightning adapter from Apple. Then you can replace standard micro-usb cables.
Even emoji work on some.
Yup. That's pretty much the case, as i said. You lose the encrypted documents. Generally people don't use it to encrypt day-to-day communitcations. Many people here confuse security and privacy (especially from the government). While our id card system is extremely good and easy for security, its no good for privacy from the governement.
If i exchanged documents with someone that i want to hide from big brother, i would use PGP. But for legal communications with other individuals or businesses or government, i use the id card system.
You mean a standard e-mail client like for example Thunderbird that has existed for more than a decade and could check all your 8 accounts easily and with more functionality than you could ever imagine on a mobile device and has zero advertisements?
I understand that for hiding things from the government the Estonian one is not an ideal solution. But the original problem involved communicating personal information with some kind of business entoty while securing privacy of said info from third parties while in transit. And for that the Estonian national ID card system is perfect as it is universal and accepted by everyone and all keys are in place and nothing needs to be exchanged.
If you want to hide something from the big brother you should not send the information to a business entity in the same country no matter what the encryption in transit is.
In Estonia these id cards are used for everything. You can log into banks, you can communicate with any state official. You can sign any contract digitally with them. You can encrypt documents to another person's public key. Etc. This is much simpler than banks and everyone giving out their own cards - i only need one.